|First day was pathology and EMQ. What I can remember
include giant cell arteritis, acanthomaeba, choroidal haemangiom, retinobalstoma,
actinic keratosis, one about MRSA. EMQ not easy.
Thyroid and bilateral Duane
Pseudoexfoliation and pigent dispersion syndrome
Communcaition skill had a very good actress. The patinet had glaucoma
with extensive defect, asked to advise on stopping driving (she went on
talking for 15 minutes).
Diabetic retinopathy (NVD with PRP). What do you advise patient with
proliferative diabetic reitnopathy (diet, stop smoking, cholesterol and
The posterior segment was tough. One lady with bilateral macular RPE
annular atrophy was the differenital diagnosis I put forward but gorgot
cone-rod dystrophy which probbaly what it was. Another lady with peripheral
choroidoretinal atrophy with pigment hypertrophy resembling bone sepcules.
Overall a bad station.
And finally a patient with old optic atrophy (gave a differential diagnosis
of giant cell arteritis and questions on management).